Criminal procedural practice:
I. Proceedings, competition, and parts: special reference to the accused and the right to defense.
II. Pre-trial stage: proceedings of research and intervention by the lawyer.
III. Limits of fundamental rights in criminal proceedings and inadmissible evidence.
IV. Precautionary measures.
V. Oral trial: test, conclusions, and lawyer reports.
VIII. Proceedings before a trial jury.
Competencies and learning outcomes
- Obtain and select relevant information and sources for solving problems, developing action strategies, and advising clients.
- Develop and manage the most suitable writing, reporting, and operating procedures for problems that arise.
- Acquire the tools to plan, organize, and channel activities in such a manner to avoid as much as possible that unforeseen, predict and minimize eventual problems, and anticipate their solutions.
- Consider as a whole and take into account different aspects and implications in the different issues arising from the decisions and options chosen, knowing how to choose or provide those most appropriate within ethics, legality, and values of social coexistence.
- Ability to work in professional and multi-professional teams efficiently and effectively, producing real contexts and providing and coordinating their own knowledge with other fields and participants.
- Make individual decisions and actively participate in making collective decisions.
- Understand and incorporate new technologies into practice.
- Discern conflicting information and develop a critical judgment about it.
- Learn to prepare and report cases, problems, or situations, and raise and defend potential solutions using different techniques - oral, written, or in presentation form.
- Learn techniques for analyzing problems and making professional decisions.
- Develop the ability to manage, monitor, and resolve any legal issue, both judicial and extrajudicial.
- Possess, understand, and develop skills that enable applying the specialized academic expertise acquired in undergraduate education to the changing reality facing lawyers to avoid situations of injury, risk, or conflict in relation to the interests entrusted or in their professional practice in courtrooms or before public authorities and in advisory functions.
- Learn the techniques for inquiry and establishment of the facts in different types of procedures, especially the production of documents, interviews, and expert evidence.
- Know and be able to integrate the protections of clients' rights in the context of national and international judicial protection.
- Learn different reconciliation of interests techniques and know how to find solutions to problems using alternative methods to the judicial process.
- Know how to identify conflicts of interest and learn techniques for resolving them, establish the scope of professional secrecy and confidentiality, and preserve independence of judgment.
- Know how to identify the requirements for the provision and organization of determinants for legal advice.
- Develop skills and abilities for choosing the correct strategy for defending the clients' rights, taking the requirements of the different areas of professional practice into account.
- Develop skills that allow the lawyer to improve work efficiency and enhance the overall operation of the team or institution where it develops through access to information sources, knowledge of languages, managing knowledge, and handling applied tools and techniques.
- Know how to present facts orally and in writing, and arguably draw legal consequences in the context and to whom they are addressed, in accordance where applicable with the terms of each procedural area.
- Develop professional work in specific and interdisciplinary teams.
- Learn how to develop interpersonal abilities and skills that facilitate the practice of the legal profession in its relationships with citizens, other professionals, and institutions.
Objectives (Learning outcomes)
- The students will know how the actions of the previous attorney to process
- The students will know how advanced the investigation stage in criminal proceedings
- The students will know how the institution of conformity, the hearing and the intervention of -the lawyer against the illegally obtained evidence
- The students will learn advanced form of precautionary measures, the system resources and enforcement in criminal proceedings
- The students will learn advanced form of intervention attorney in special processes
- The students will be able to have full knowledge of the procedural figure of the "accused"
- The students will be able to master advanced form of the fruit of the poisonous tree theory
- The students will be able to understand and apply precautionary measures
- The students will be able to identify the limits of Fundamental Rights in criminal proceedings
- The students will be able to know how advanced the investigation procedures
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Methodology and grading
- Case studies: Learning through the analysis of actual or simulated cases in order to interpret and resolve them by employing various alternative solution procedures.
- Cooperative learning: Develop active learning through cooperative working strategies among students and promote shared responsibility to reach group goals.
- Lecture: Pass on knowledge and activate cognitive processes in students, encouraging their participation.
- Problem-based learning: Develop active learning strategies through problem solving that promote thinking, experimentation, and decision making in the student.
- Solving exercises and problems: Exercise, test, and apply previous knowledge through routine repetition.
- 1. To pass the course will be essential attendance at a minimum of 85 % of the sessions .
2. The evaluation of the questionnaires resolved in the classroom will have a weighting of 30 % of the final grade .
3. Assessment of practical cases (opinions , simulation activities , etc. ) resolved and / or exposed in the classroom individually or in group will have a weighting of 70 % of the final grade .